Toyota Celica

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Re: Toyota Celica

Post by gordini » Sun 03 Oct 2010, 23:43

Here it is..

http://www.africanmusclecars.com/forum/ ... f=21&t=550

Hook it on there or start a new thread[or is it a threat]
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Re: Toyota Celica

Post by Mr Classic Ford » Mon 04 Oct 2010, 07:31

gordini wrote: Here it is..
Hook it on there or start a new thread[or is it a threat]
I am pleasantly surprised--all the talk about this racing era and it's not V8's! I grew up in this era and can relive some of these races when reading what the guys have to say.Sadly Gordon Briggs passed away last month before I could get him to autograph some of my pics in the scrapbook. Thanks, Gordini!

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Re: Toyota Celica

Post by Mr Classic Ford » Mon 04 Oct 2010, 07:35

zahistorics wrote:Not serious problem :) - I can speak Afrikaans fine, but we stick to English so that our members and friends in about 15 other countries can understand what we are chatting about. PS it's John.
So Peranaman must be your friend then? Is his name Chris?

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Re: Toyota Celica

Post by Killarney Racer » Mon 04 Oct 2010, 08:41

Mr Classic Ford wrote:
gordini wrote: Here it is..
Hook it on there or start a new thread[or is it a threat]
I am pleasantly surprised--all the talk about this racing era and it's not V8's! I grew up in this era and can relive some of these races when reading what the guys have to say.Sadly Gordon Briggs passed away last month before I could get him to autograph some of my pics in the scrapbook. Thanks, Gordini!
If you look at the racing threads on this forum you will see that mountains have been written / spoken about the 60's - 70's era of racing, even though probably this was not the correct forum for it. So if you have anything to add, I will welcome it and I am sure others will as well. If you have pictures, even better, new scanners are only R500 :)

Another forum purely on classic cars and racing is
www.classiccarracing.co.za/phpbb3/

Some real old school Ford guys there. Have a look

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Re: Toyota Celica

Post by henryk » Mon 04 Oct 2010, 08:44

Congratulations. Mr Classic Ford has found this sight !

Bit late my mate, but welcome.
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Re: Toyota Celica

Post by Killarney Racer » Mon 04 Oct 2010, 10:26

Henry - you need a new avitar!

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Re: Toyota Celica

Post by henryk » Mon 04 Oct 2010, 10:27

Why?
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Re: Toyota Celica

Post by Mr Classic Ford » Mon 04 Oct 2010, 12:00

If you look at the racing threads on this forum you will see that mountains have been written / spoken about the 60's - 70's era of racing, even though probably this was not the correct forum for it. So if you have anything to add, I will welcome it and I am sure others will as well. If you have pictures, even better, new scanners are only R500 :)

Another forum purely on classic cars and racing is
http://www.classiccarracing.co.za/phpbb3/

Some real old school Ford guys there. Have a look
Thanx KR ! I have now started with some of these threads and I'm enjoying myself to the full. Absolutely right up my alley! And oh yes, working on that scanner....

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Re: Toyota Celica

Post by Mr Classic Ford » Mon 04 Oct 2010, 12:05

henryk wrote:Congratulations. Mr Classic Ford has found this sight !

Bit late my mate, but welcome.
:lol: Howzitt my walking Ford Encyclopedia friend! With so many V8 mates,and so many Chaps from the Kolonie on this site, how could I stay away?? ;)

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Re: Toyota Celica

Post by zahistorics » Mon 04 Oct 2010, 21:48

Mr Classic Ford wrote: So Peranaman must be your friend then? Is his name Chris?
Hi Mr CF (Dirk?), yes and yes

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